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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 23 August 1890

THE OHIO DEMOCIIAT, SATURDAY, AUGUST, 23, 1890. '559f OHIO AGRICULTURAL EX PERIMENT STATION, NKIVSPAl'KK ItULLKTlN. ABOUT WHEAT. Thc Summary of This Jmcnts, Yonr's Expcr- yVt Iho Ohio Arlcultnrnl Experiment Station With Fifty Odd Ynrlo. ties on tlio Snmo Soil and Under the Same Con ditions. Tlio following tnblo glvo tho princlpn.1 results of n comparison of vnriotlea of wliiint mndo this sea son on the farm of the Ohio Agrl- culturul Experiment Station, tho .completo report of which will be ptiblisliod.in nn early bulletin of tho station. Tho test was rnado on a piece of bottom land, about seven acres in area and very uniform in quality. It was in clover in 18S0, and was plowed for wheat aftor removal of the seed crop of clover. Nearly all the varieties were more less affected with stinking Bmut; the relative) Injury from which is, indented in tho Inst col umn of tho tnblo. All tho varieties suffered moro or less from tho winter killing dur ing tho severe freezo of March. In the nex...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 30 August 1890

w Auditors Olllco THE OHIO DEMOCRATS The Ohio Democrat. LARGER CIRCULATION THAN ANY PAPER IK THE YALLEY. JOB OFFICE. All Kind of,Tob Printing Dona i 'MMin Mmim fnti T ftoo MATIOV luuiu 110 no iui jjodo juuuuj. at LOWEST Pit WES. VNO YOL. V. NO. 9 LOGAN. O., SATURDAY, AUGUST, 30, 1890. TERMS, $1.50 PER YEAR. -.1 B THE PEOPLE'S BANK OF LOGAN. Cash Capital, $50,000.00. Doposits secured by Individual Liability of over Four Hundred Thousand Dollars. Docs a general blinking liiiKlneFS. ForolRti Drafts mill Htcamslilp Tlcltclfl for solo nt low est rate. OFFICE, Room No. 5, Opera House. TjAvju:nci: A. Cur.VKit, President. ai'.onui: W. 1'ui.i.isn, Vlro Prcst. Ukuhkn D. OuiiVBii, Cushion THE FIRST BANK OF LOGAN, OHIO. Ofllco Hours from 9 a. in. to 3 p. m. Paid in Gash Capital, $50,000. i John Walker, President. Chas. E. Bo wen, Cashier. Dock a general banking business, receives ilcponltR, discounts paper, and buys and sells Kxchungc. T-HANK In ccntrnl room In the Jnmes Block. ATTORNEYS. Gc. W...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 30 August 1890

wyi -5 .f "-, -W, M r I (j'B 'OHIO BEMOUBAT, LO&AK, OHIO, SATUBDAS AUGUST 80, 1800. 'V jrsV!i THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, MOAN, OHIO CURRENT TOPICS. In Japan tlio pooplo aro compelled by law to batho daily. Omaha, a city ot 135,000 Inhabitants, has no city hospital. A Statu olllolal ot Mnlno is wearing a straw hat which ho bought in 1859. You can buy a slhor dollar now with n Swiss watch sot in its clrcumtoronco. A Pmi.Anri.viiiA nicdlcant known at "Iillnd Johnny" is 6ald to bo worth S20, ooo. Tuk Sultan of Turkoy taltos forty minutes to say his prayers in tho morn, ing. Tiik now Prosldont of tho Argon ilno Republic was onco a nowspapor an. JIahtin InoNS, tho onco groat labor dictator, now stills poanutslnaSt Louis lopot. Plowing by electricity is in contem plation for a largo property in Contral Spain. Inoiiam County, Mich., has paid S.V 51.-10 for sparrows sinco tho law was passed. It Is proposed to phonograph the songs of blrdn and afterward wrlto them down in scoro. A onsuiNn portrai...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 30 August 1890

UTBLT OHIO DEMOCRAT, LOG-AIT, OHIO, SATURDAY, ATJfcWST 80, 1800. A CONTENTED MAN. Ambition, lltio n cankering worm, lints out tho joy ot llfoi In sweet contentment let mo lire, ltotnoto froin caro and strife. Jav OouUl'nntl John D, Rockofoltcr I tlo not onvy sucli, X only nsit a little wonlth, Tno millions Is not much. Enough to buy a houso in town; Another by tho 'sea, " "With a eooiI Rtenm yacht of my own, Is aulto enough for moj 3 don't object to honvy work, I'm Rind to toll nnd strife, JVnd cut coupons from Government bonds, 1'rom eight o'cloolc till nvo. Tho tuIrtX loud huzzas of fnmo Are empty nolso to mo urn 1 would Wrlto a lew good books To cheer posterity. I'd like to bo a Nation's bard, And slug a Nation's songs, And, It tho throngs should shout my name, I can't tontrol tho throngs. 1 wnnt but Httlo hero bolow I'd like to bo tho mayor, .And go to Congress after that, lleforo my hair Is grnyor. Then If you want n President, And turn your cyos to mo, 3 would not chontyour lo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 30 August 1890

- II THE OHIO PEMOCKAT SATURDAY, AUGUST, :3p, 1890. THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, G.W.BREHM, A., H. "Wilson, Proprletoi Editor. Entered at the Post-office at Logan as Seeond-class matter. T DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. Secretary of Stato THADDEUS E. CROMLEY, of Pickaway County. Supromo Judgo GEORGE B. OKEY, of Franklin County. Member of Board of Public Works. LEOPOLD KEIFER; .. of Hamilton County. . PE3I0CKATIC COUNTY. TICKET. Probate Judgo WJTJjIAM T. ACKER. .'lurk of Court, p. II, LAPPEN. Treasurer, B H.ALLEN. prosecuting Attorrioy. J. B. RIASON. Infirmary Director, ISAAC A. WRIGHT, Coinmlsslonor ABEL .CARPENTER. Sur.veyer JAMES DAVIS. mnko tho pnssago.of.cithor a vory dangerous experiment. With tho whole force of cosorvatlvo sontl ment riming high against tho Forco bill, and tho Republican party nowspupors in tho West falling away by scores, and denouncing tho McKinloy bill for precisely what it Is, and tho Tribune, itself exposing Its dishonesty, tho chance of either grows decidedly slim. Disc...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 30 August 1890

iBrw? r THE OHIO DEMOCEAT SATURDAY,, AUGUST, 80, 1890. This paper goes to press at 8 o'clock JPrtdaj evening. THE OHIO DEMOCRAT LOGAL NEWS, B. 0. Ilohor was at Pomoroy Thursday. 0. M. Gould wont to Columbus Thuosday. Judge Huffman bold Court hero Monday.- Will F. James was down from Columbus Thursday. Thomas Glenn Is qulto Blck with typhoid malarial fever. John Hanson was utNowLox- ington Thursday on business Senator Lowry attended tho State Convention nt Spring field. The Colored damp Meeting Is now going on at Itompel's Grove. The Show qf Sells Brothers is advertised to bo hero on Sept. 16th. Tho Lutheran Church Society met at Andy Holl's Jr. Wednesday evening. Miss Cora Welty. of Maxvllle, was the guest of Miss Boso Wade the past week. . Mrs. Edward Brown, residing in the John H. Wolf property, died last Sunday morning. Hon. A. C. Sands, of Cincinnati visited his daughter Mrs. Frank Rochester Wednesday. Miss Effle Radcliff, of New Straltsville, was the guest of Miss Ideiia Plunk ...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 30 August 1890

tutu OWO MEMOOBAT, LOGAN, OHIO, SATUEDAJT, aUGHTST SO, 1890. THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, Wr.xs, OHIO TO AN OLD APPLE-TREE. Thcco malmcrt limbs plend thy storyt Tfw wound upon, thy body speak for thco: T. iirt u veteran soldier scarred with felory My rrnvo old npplo-troo Oil hast thon borno up under O iset ot donning wind and shot of hnll; ,vil unto it iword-lungo of assailant thundor Slashed flown thy barken mall. Old age, dlecnso nnd bnttlo llaru scathed nnd crooked and crippled nil thy form; And IhvT.rlijrcnn bnro arms clash and rattle, Tort In the wintry storm. I 2cm to feel thco shiver, A-tiri tin nnle(lncsilianss"rnES of snow: V.iy charitable spring, the gracious giver, O'i rthio her mantlo throw I KlioTvlll; and sunshine spilling J-Ynui blur skies thou aealn Shalt drink as wino, And feci afresh tho rush of young blood thrill ing Through that old heart of thltio. I'nrln tho ican duly JKach year thcio rise youth's perennial power Within thco, and thou then rejolcest newly In uibcs of lea...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 30 August 1890

T aiiCE OJLtIO DEMOCRAT, 3LOGA3S, OHIO, SATTmiXA-, ATJGHJSX 30i IflPfiV f T yW? """WM1'"1"' l FARM AND GARDEN. HOG TALK. An Ohio Farmer OItch Ills Vtr About I'VcilInc nnil I'lUtenlnR Swine. Tho old wny of keeping hogs until olglitocn months or two yonra boforo marketing thoro, hns passod. Tho noonor a pig can bo mado to wolijh two hundred and llfty pounds attor bo la farrowed tho irioro monoy thoro Is In him. In order to do this, his plirshlp ah oil id bti fod from birth. Whon only two or throo weoks old ho will begin to look around for something to cat bosldoa what ho frot3 from tho dam. Ilavo a pen so Bltuatcd that tho pigs can go In and got somo milk and soakod corn, out of tho way of tho sow, and glvo thorn only what thoy will oat up olean, increasing tho quantity as tho pigs grow up. 1 havo boon feeding soaked corn to my pigs until this suin mor. IttakosBomo tlmo to shell tho tho corn and our soason was a vory busy one, on account of the backward spring; so wo had to dlsponso w...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 30 August 1890

T" TpSWPV a T&I'&'W v& m r-a 4fMitKWf rtvw-v FAMILY SCRAP DAslCET. Crnl nod Inatracthn IllM rr Houenholil fact ruitl runty. Whoa ono is fnUjnieil nml foot sors irom tnticli wnlklmr, It H voiy refresh ing to balho tho (cut in warm uator and rub thoiil with oxlrat't of ornlca. Itub black walnut furnituro. or aiy .wood finished In oil, vlth clolh slightly moistened with Uorostmo oil, to rciuoyo ,scrotchM nnd rostoro polish. A round plcrn cut from worn-out cash moro hoso, and cot-stRchcd to tho wrong sldo of tho kneo of children's hoso with Strom? cotton, will strengthen thom groatly. A wash of rxiuol putt of tflycorlno nnd lnctlo ncld will romovo moth and frocklcs from tho fii,n. Tho itiondlntf of kid p;lovos shows far loss it 'dono with cotton tin ond than It doos it dono with silk. Iron and polished "'tool when not in uso, may hn kept fiom rustlnjrby wiping with a cloth on which a llttlo korosono has heou point d. Gioaso spoti, If old, mly ho romovod 10m bqolcs by applyin...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 13 September 1890

mmem&m&mM ?& l'fmiSh--u'rf'' ..a..UV Kau! ' TZZZ AudHor.i Ofllee 'vN SfA fN I THE OHIO DEMOCRAT The OhioDemocrat. LARGER CIRCULATION THAN AMY PAPER IN THE VALLEY. IJOB OFFICE. i All Kiwis of Job Printing Done A ntfiOWEST PRICES. & f y - it- VOL. V. HO. 11 LOGrAN. O., SATURDAY, SEPT. 13, 1890. TERMS, $1.50 PEtfyEAB. .WiWilJ n 1-uSF El ,-i-j: !&& 1 rv H 1 1 U f w THE PEOPLE'S BANK OP LOGAN. CnBli Capital, - $50,000.00. Deposits secured ,by Individual ,. Liability of over Four Hundred Thousand Dollars. T)ocs n ffjiiernl banking business. Foretell Drafts unci 8tcumnlilp Tlcltot for salo ut low CHt rates. OFFICE, Room No. 5, Opera Honsc. Lawiiknok a. Cui.vr.it, PrrMilcnt. Qf.ouuk W. l'UM.r.N, Vleo 1'rcRt. 11EU11KN V. Cui.V'Kit, Cashier. THE FIRST BANK OF LOGAX, OHIO. Offlco Ilours'from 9 a. m. to 3 p. in. Paid in Gasb Capital, $50,000. John Walker, President. Chas. E. Iiowcn, Cashier. Doom a general banking business, receives deposits, (llccoiiiiU paper, mid buys ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 13 September 1890

LOGAN, OHIO. CURRENT TOPICS. JTf.N otdlnary eggs will weigh ono jound. v Opyurf 1,000,000 people In tho world, lrb blind. Chopr In tho Saguonay district ot Quo- beo are n, total failure. Railuoam proporty In Wost Virginia is nssossod Sl7,,27:i,000.61. Timcapltalot tho Vandorbllts Is ovot four hundred mlllton dollars. Rosa DoNiir.vm is sixty-seven yoars of Xgo, and h brush is still busy. Tun oldost United States pensioner Is -a colored woman, Mrs. Honry Itay, A snake two foot long wrlgglod out ol mall box In Brldgoton, N. J., thoothor 3 ay. An Englishman proposes to lay dcop soaoloctrlc cables by inoausot submarine boats. TiuirrnuN cantaloupes raised by a Jarmor noar Brldgoton, N. J., filled a barrel. Mors than 5,000 men in Now York do business under protection of their wives' names. Bi:ino a jocky in Kngland is not a bad buslnoss; it pays on an avorago of S500 a wcok. Tin: namo of tho Pennsylvania Son otor Is pronounced as though spoiled "Kway." Russia, of coarse, wants peace, and h...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 13 September 1890

OS" v, v ?VW" 7m?-'" tjmw ingr - aesiNS - EHB'.OHIO 3D33AtOOUAT, LOGAjtf, OHIO, SATURDAY, SEPTEMJ&Elt 10, 1890. VMfMTaMlMkV rr ; THE BUN Olf 07. A "W.ia llaoo with a Runaway Froight Train. Want to hoar how a man of my ago f faapponud to havo pray hair? Woll, of courso you know It's promaturo. I am only twonty-sovon.' It was six yonrs ago, and this is how It happoncd." Having otton wondorod how it was that Harry Bally should possoss a hoad of hair tlio color of oloan cotton and the stoop of a man of sixty, whilo still jroung in yoars, it was with a fooling of satlsftiqtion that I prepared to llston to tho explanation: "You can publish tho story if you want to, hut I shall oxpoct you to sub stitute fictitious namos and koop tho Identity of tho road a socrot "It was in Colorado, on ono of tho -wildest and roughest railroads I know of. Tho sconory was similar to that of tho Dcnvor & Rio Grando on Dump mountain. "At tho bottom, tho road-bod was forced in against tho opposlto moun...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 13 September 1890

r -SPPr v tw.j.av THE OHIO DEMOCRAT SATURDAY, SEPT. 13, 1890. THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, (V.W.BREIIM, A. H. Wilson, - Froprletoi Editor. Entered at the Post-office at Logan as Second-class matter. DEJIOCBATJO STATE TICKET. Secretary of Stato THADDEUS E. CROMLEY, of Pickaway County. Supremo Judgo GEORGE B. OKEY, of Franklin County. 'Leopold . ofMiami KEIFE1V, County.' DEMOCKATIC COUNTY TICKET.. Probate Judgo WILLIAM T." ACKER. Clprk of Court, D. H. LAPPEN. Trcasuror, B. H. ALLEN. Prosecuting Attornoy. J. B. RIASON. Infirmary Director, ISAAC A. WRIGHT. Commissioner ABEL CARPENTER. .' Surveyor JAMES DAVIS. 1 M i5 jiV For Congressman 13th. Disc. ''IRVINE DUNGAN, of Jackson county. ' ' dntod by Rood Dudley and tho gang. Had this occurred in Mississippi instead of Maine, and tho missing votes boon llopubllciin instead of Democratic, ovory. Republican ' of hljrji and low degroo would join in howling intimidation and suppres sion. ,.-, '' Wo wonder how Reed can ignore tho prcsonopf so many sjlentDe...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 13 September 1890

-if-- in -inttrnm ii ir -n -- 2XSf!tZ It Y I'O JTu" jtrrpcr goes to press at 8 o'clock Friday evening. THE OHIO DEMOCRAT LO0AL NEWS, THE OHIO DEMOCRAT SATURDAY, SEPT. 13, 1890. - ' - " . Ton don't want to miss scelnr Slfrnor MILO'8 remarkable Trick otrs at the Opera IIousc, on next Monday night. . Mra. E. Cames is at Monday ' this wook. Bon Whlto of Porry township was in town Thursday. Frank Downey, was. at Now Straitsvillo Wednesday., An infant child of Mrs. Confer t. wob burled last Tuesday. . Thos. Jonkins and his family ' havo moved to Nowcombe, Tonn. Mr. and Mrs. Dr. Hanson of Nolsonvlllo woro in town Thurs-' day. ' An increase of pension has boon granted to Wm. Torre), of Gore. John A. Smith loft Inst Tues day on a thirty days trip to Mon tana. Mrs. Dick Sanderson visited in McArthur tho foro part of the week. Col. Weldy was ovor in New ark tho foro part oi this week on legal-business. .' .-7-When the Republicans had tho , 'council thoy took the offices of tho tiFj'ctfrporatio...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 13 September 1890

fxr !i$sry?-"v t,W' TOTE OHIO BHMOOBAT, LOGAN, OHIO, SATOTPAT. SBPTBMBEE 13, 1800. I" t THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. i!JOGAN, OHIO. IN Tl-Ui. MORNING. i Tlio children gather wood, and tha fathers Yclmllo thoilro." Jcr. VH. 18. When IBitup o' rnornln's for ter light tho Jsltchonflro An'-nmteh tho blnzo go crecpln' up tho chlmbly higher an' higher, A snapnln' nn' n-craeklln' with oxhllcratln1 roar, A-scndln' out tho wnrmncss olalr ncrost tho puncheon lloor, An' I ltneel down to toast my shins nn' rub my horny hands An' seo the sparks a llashln' back from mother's Rhlnypnni, My fcolln's rocs towarblln" lllto n bluebird on a spire When I git tip o' mornln's fcr to light tho Itltchcn Are. An' then the room gits' good nn' warm, tho Itottlo starts to bile, An' mother rotters down tho stairs an' Stan's nn' yawns awhile, Jnscx; "Now, pap, jou go an' rouso them sleepy boys o' j ours, Kcr It's snowln' an' tho's lots to do besides tho mornln' chores." An' then Bhe breslas up tho hearth with that old turk...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 13 September 1890

THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, LOAST, OHIO, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 1890. $ FARM AND GARDEN. POTATO DIGGER. An Australian Unvtcn Which Is Biltd to 1i thn Work. As wo liitvo monttonod boforo now, tho Victoria Govornmont haH oilorod n prlzo of ono thousand two hundred and fifty dollars for Itnprovod potato dig. Kors. In a rccont issuo tho Australian Ironmoiifjur lllustratos tho various classes of nmclilncs ontorod for this prlzo. Tho Farm Implomont Nows finds only ono of thoso linplomonts which Is now or particularly dlltorout from those now In uso. A plcturo of this will bo found horowlth, with tho description found In tho Ironmonger: "Tho ranchlno consists ossontlally of a rectangular bar-Iron framo, tho front portion of which carrlos tho gearing, Urlvor'ssoat nnd draft attaohmont, tho roar portion carrying tho rotary nlf ting cono. Tho drlvlng-whool axlo la jour nalcd In tho Bogmontal-shapod front ends of lovur.s, tho roar onds of which aro pivoted to tho insldo of tho framo, tho segments boln...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 13 September 1890

wl.iwfy uX '-'"' trs ' THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, SATURDAY, SEPT. IB, 1890. IFHUjmih.iwi'hwju wmi riiiwuHinii'iiwf a: nwtfitiiiimm,ixsmmmtMmMXlii A Now "Life of Christ." Tt pultl Hint thoro nro mnro thnn flny I .Ives of Christ i::.!itit, tuitl tluit ovor twenty of those Iiiivi roiu'liotl a Halo of Ilfty tlioiiHiiml -ouoli, or over. This shows 11 wide jM'iri'iul interest in llio tlioino, which is not Mirjirlsiiijr. And oven now new works upon this topic aro ap pearing. Humor speaks ofsovornl. Of one wo Unww, and of,x that we can speak in eonunendation and without qnaliflcatlon. It in Mrs. Akloii'f, now book of which wo speak; published by Vorslieo iO Mo.Miikln. of dlneinnati, Ohio; and entitled, "Tho i'rinco of Pence; or, The Beautiful Life of Jesus." It is :i lino nunrto' volume) of over SOD pufjosv it sketches the narrative of Jesuslifo in the pe culiarly transparent and attractive stylo which has made Mrs. Allien ("Pansy" of tins literary world) un boundedly popular with botli young und o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 20 September 1890

i' 41 t''t?vt , jTHE OHIO DEMbCRAT i mob Offlce. The OHIO HI ! All Kinds of Job J't'hithif Hone j at LOWEST 111101:8. YOL. V. NO. 12 LOGAN. O., SATURDAY SEPpD; 20, 1890. TERMS, $1.50 PER YEAR. 11 PIarger circulation j THAN ANY PAPER IH THE YALLEY. More News for Less Money. EMOCRA hi '4J 1 tf THE PEOPLE'S BANK OF 1.0 OAK. Cash Capital) $50,000.00. Deposits secured -by Individual ' M41.rVLmbility'of over-" Four Hundred Thousand Dollars. Doch i Rcnernl bnn Icing IiiiMih-ks. Foreign DrnflH iiiul Hlciiiiislili) TIcltotH forsnlo nt lowr out rules. "' OFFICE, Itoom No. 5, Opera, House; TjAWKKKCIt'Ai CUI.VKll, rrPSl(lpll). GliOllUK W. I't7r,T.KN, Vice, Frcst. UnuiiKN 1). Cur.vrtu, Cnalilcr. THE FIRST BANK OF LOGAN, OHIO. Office Hours from 9 n. m. to 3 p. m. Paid in Casb Capital, $60,000. John Walker, President. Chas.'Ei Uowcit, Cashier. Door a general bunking 1ii1rIi(ori, receives ilnnosltx. (IlHcoinilii jwtpor, anil bujo mid sells Exchange. . WBANK In ceutrAl room In tlio Jiuiich Block. , ...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 20 September 1890

MB OHIO DEMOCRAT, LOGAN, OHIO, SATUBDA?r, SEPTtBEtt 20, 1890, THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. LOGAN, OHIO. win CURRENT TOPICS. One French editor has sovon lnvlt lions to fight n duql. Wm. O'linir.N nnd John Dillon start for America Ootobor 1. McMillan, ot Michigan lg tho best Brossod mnn In tho Sonato. Twbnty million acros of land o th United States nro holdtby foreigners. Tin: mounted pollco In Contral Park, Now York, aro to have knoo brooches. Tun city churches closed all siimtnox woro fowor this year than over boforo. A statistician has ostlmatod that courtships avoragtj throo tons of. coal ach. Dr. Mendle, of Borllrt, announces that he has discovered that colloo Intox icates. A reuow namod Coward Is an appli cant for a plaoo on tho FhSLadolphla po hco force. Nxroi.KOK, Wolllngtou, Washington nd Walter 'Scott havo mo direct de acondants living'. Tho Marquis of Drogboda Is six fost five Inches In his stockings. Ho is tho big gest English peer. Mi9B HxTrm Blaine, tho youngest and prettiest daug...

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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 20 September 1890

imnaw ww 1 1 IHMW m VILE OHIO DEMOCRAT, LOG-AST, OHIO, SATURDAY, SEPTJEMBfllt 20, l6o6. tUu i iu w I t ALICE'S ADVENTUEE. .How C ha Booamo MlstroBS of Moro dlth Towors. ,OMB pcoplo's llvos aro bo full of color," said Alioo Adams, sadly. "But mlno Is all gray." Blio was loan fyJB-ISBSGjW stono Btllo In ffifC "-Sfc- Trffl ' '' w 8' "' wlioro tho pink loaflot3 of tho wild rosos drifted down around taor at ovory broozo, and tho tall forim waved softly to and fro, Uko a mininturo army, with bannors of emerald gj-assos. Tho sultry summor day had burned Hsolf to a close tho flory aahos of tho sun-sot woro pllod up In tho glowing wost under columns of roso and gold and dooponlng vlolot Allco Adams, tho tlrod, littlo district scbool-loaohor, on hor woary way homo from tho ono-story, rod building, whoro , she had ruled hor small kingdom all day long, had paused In tho cool shadow of tho woods to rest and think. Sho was an orphan, but, ovor slnco Bho could romombor. Undo Jahoz Adams had given ...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
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